8 October 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Live Music Project
Saturday 25 October, doors 7.30pm
Trestle Arts Base, Russet Drive, St Albans AL4 0JQ
Free entry (Donations welcome)
This month’s headlining band Indi and the Vegas went down a storm last time they played at Trestle. They are supported by The Metatrons, Broken Boat and Li-Li.
Indi & The Vegas describe themselves as ‘Queen meets Prince and jams through the Jackson 5′s greatest hits!’. They released their debut album titled Summer ’14 to great acclaim from fans and industry alike and are embarking on their first UK tour early 2015.
The Metatrons are a pop band, formed in 2009 in Hitchin. They have been described as ”Delectable skewed fuzz-pop”. The band recently supported Steve Cradock (Ocean Colour Scene/Paul Weller band) at Harpenden Halls and make a welcome return to Trestle.
Broken Boat are characterised by their playful approach to music. Jumping from intimate folk ballads through country, blues and pop they have arrived at an infectious sound that whilst unique, you somehow feel you grew up listening to.
Li-Li is a solo artist who performs unique melodic, jazzy, original songs. Based in St Albans she is currently working on her first album and this will be her Trestle debut.
If you are interested in volunteering for the event or would like to sign up to perform, please email Denise Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, images or to arrange interviews contact: Annie Robertson, Company Coordinator.
t: 01727 850950 / e: email@example.com
NOTES FOR EDITOR
About Trestle Theatre Company
Trestle seeks to inspire all ages to engage with the Arts, through mask and physical theatre. The company creates productions, training and education programmes and uniquely makes hand-crafted theatre masks which are exported on a worldwide scale. Since its inception in 1981, Trestle has grown an international renown for its masks and from 2002 it has operated Trestle Arts Base in St Albans.
About Trestle Arts Base
Trestle Arts Base in St Albans is a 100-year-old chapel beautifully converted into a local centre for creative community activity and a space for professional artists to develop and share their work. It is home to Trestle, the first UK touring theatre company to establish its own Lottery funded building. The venue offers performances, exhibitions, mask making, arts participation, youth theatre and hires for community and business meetings and events.
About The Live Music Project
The Live Music Project was set up in 2013 by Denise Parsons as a community project, run by volunteers, to support and showcase local live music and raise awareness of Trestle Arts Base. The project’s live music nights take place on the first Saturday of each month.